Breast lift can revitalize your body with a younger and elevated breast profile. A woman’s breasts often change over time, and her youthful shape and firmness may disappear. These changes and loss of skin elasticity may include pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight fluctuations, aging, gravity and heredity. can be caused by:
Sometimes the areolar (dark area on the breast) grows over time, and breast lift surgery will reduce this.
Breast lift surgery does not significantly change the size of your breasts or round the upper part of your breast. If you want your breasts to look full, you should consider breast lift and breast augmentation surgery.
If you want smaller breasts, you should consider combining breast lift and breast reduction surgery.
You may be a candidate for breast lift surgery if:
Breast lift surgery is a procedure that should be preferred for quite personal reasons, and you should ask for it yourself.
During post-operative breast lift healing, bandages are applied to the wounds.
You will need to wear an elastic bandage or support bra to minimize edema and support your breasts as they heal.
Resistance is placed with a small temporary tube to drain excess fluid and blood.
You will be given specific instructions, including:
Be sure to ask the following specific questions about what awaits you for the surgery.
The results of your breast lift surgery can be seen immediately. Over time, edema after surgery will decrease and the cut lines will fade and become much less visible.
Immediately after the operation, your satisfaction with the new image of your breast will increase. As your breast shape and position continue to settle, the final results of breast lift surgery will appear in the next few months. The cut lines are permanent but will continue to fade over time. The results of breast lift surgery are long-lasting. Your breasts may continue to change over time due to aging and gravity. You can keep the new look longer if you pay attention to the following situations:
It is important that surgical incisions are not exposed to excessive force, swelling, wear, or movement during the healing period. I will give you specific instructions to care for yourself.
Breast lift surgery should be evaluated after breastfeeding is completed.
Changes in breasts during pregnancy can minimize or reverse the healing of breast lift.
Likewise, significant weight loss after breast surgery can adversely affect breast appearance.
Breast lift surgery is a surgical procedure with various incision patterns and techniques.
The technique that is suitable for you will be determined by:
Breast size and shape
The size and location of the areolas
Degree of sagging breast
Skin quality and flexibility as much as extra skin amount
Step 1 – Anesthesia
Medicines are given for your convenience during the surgical procedure. There are intravenous sedation or general anesthesia for options. During the inspections, we will determine what is suitable for you.
Step 2 – Incision
There are three common incision examples:
a. Around Areola
b. Breast wrinkles around Areola and vertically downwards
c. Around the areola, vertically down from the nipple fold and horizontally across the nipple fold
Step 3 – Reshaping Your Nipples
After the incisions are made:
Step 4 – Closing the Cuts
After your breasts are reshaped and excess skin removed, the remaining skin is tightened when the incisions are closed.
Some cut lines caused by breast lift surgery are hidden in natural breast folds; Others, however, appear on the surface of the breast. The incision lines are permanent, but in most cases they continue to fade and decrease significantly over time.
Many women want the most scarring possible. However, we recommend incisions that best fit your anatomy.
Listen to your doctor and do not reduce your result by requesting an incision that is not suitable for you.
Stitches are made deep into the breast tissue to create and support newly shaped nozzles. Seams, skin adhesives and / or surgical tape can be used to cover the skin.
Step 5 – Results
Breast lift surgery results are immediately visible.
The decision to have plastic surgery is extremely personal. You should compare the risks and potential complications of breast lift surgery with potential benefits in reaching your goals. You can only make this decision yourself.
You will be asked to sign approval forms to fully understand the risks of breast lift surgery and potential complications.
Breast lift surgery risks include:
These risks and others will be fully discussed before you have your consent. It is important to discuss all your questions with me directly.
Some women may consider a breast implant in addition to breast lift.
An implant can provide improved upper breast fullness or décolleté. Implants can be placed at the same time or as a second procedure.